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Business Communication 2 COMM 2200

Communication Course

International Fees

International fees are typically three times the amount of domestic fees. Exact cost will be calculated upon completion of registration.

Course details

This course provides further instruction and practice in the principles taught in COMM 1100. It concentrates on more sophisticated forms of written communication: the job application package, indirect correspondence, and reports. The course might also include modules on graphics, questionnaires, telephone techniques, and organizing and running meetings.

Prerequisite(s)

Credits

4.0

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Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Prepare a career skills inventory; research and analyze job opportunities in the student’s field.
  • Prepare effective field-specific job/career documentation.
  • Use appropriate patterns of organization, style, and tone to convey negative news in written business messages.
  • Prepare and present an effective persuasive oral appeal for a given audience in a specified time.
  • Use visual presentation techniques effectively in presentations to persuade.
  • Respond appropriately and convincingly to questions during or following a persuasive presentation.
  • Write effective formal and/or informal, informational, and/or persuasive, business reports with a specific purpose and for a given audience.
  • Use recognized citation procedures and formats for documenting research sources.
  • Participate productively in meetings.
  • Prepare meeting-related documents: Agendas and Minutes.
  • Demonstrate interpersonal and intercultural sensitivity in written and oral communication tasks.
  • Participate effectively in interviews, including informational and job interviews.
  • Communicate collaboratively as an effective member of a team while preparing written or oral group projects.
  • Demonstrate careful consideration of ethical obligations in digital interactions as they apply to managing online presence, being honest, respecting privacy relating to messaging.
  • Use critical thinking skills (such as analyze, predict, compare, and contrast) to evaluate and communicate business messages and to identify and prevent misinformation.

Effective as of Winter 2024

Related Programs

Business Communication 2 (COMM 2200) is offered as a part of the following programs:

  • Indicates programs accepting international students.
  • Indicates programs with a co-op option.

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